Comeragh College’s First Year students travelled to Dingle for three days in early February.
They were immersed in a strong native Irish speaking culture where they experienced some cultural activities while listening to and speaking with Irish speakers.
They explored the Dingle Peninsula where they saw some remarkable scenery, such as old beehive huts where the monks lived.
Students visited Peig Sayers’ grave, saw the sleeping giant island and houses from the famine time plus many more places of historical interest.
They also visited the aquarium where the students had a guided tour in the Irish language. Other activities included a céilí and tráth na gceist.
The students and teachers had a wonderful memorable trip in Dingle.
The school’s 5th Year music students recently attended a concert in the CIT, Cork School of Music.
This concert was a showcase concert for the CIT`s new and hugely popular BA in Popular Music.
The students were also given the opportunity to visit the practice rooms in the college and talked to the lecturers and students at the college.
The students thoroughly enjoyed the evening of entertainment.
Meanwhile, some great gymnastic shapes and demonstrations were displayed by the school’s first year students this month. working in groups in a team gymnastics challenge.
The students worked together in groups for a team gynmastics challenge in PE class.
They started with simple balances and progressed to more difficult moves.